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[movies]network_2005 - Andrew Stromotich
A professor and 60 Minutes producer speaks candidly about the impetus for suppression of reality in media coverage of the so-called war on terror.
Keywords: war on terror; media; Iraq
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[movies]We Interrupt This Empire - The San Francisco Video Activist Network
We Interrupt This Empire... (2003, DV, 52:17) is a collaborative work by many of the Bay AreaÂs independent video activists which documents the direct actions that shut down the financial district of San Francisco in the weeks following the United States invasion of Iraq. With the audio backdrop including live broadcasts of Enemy Combatant Radio from the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, the documentary takes a look at the diverse show of resistance from the streets of San Fran...
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[movies]Drugs Are Like That
Help us get more films like this online! This film was digitized and uploaded thanks to contributions from this project: www.indiegogo.com/avgeeks100miles Anita Bryant (famous Florida orange juice and anti-gay spokeswoman) narrates this film that tries to simplify its drug abuse message with an analogy of kids putting together a contraption out of Lego blocks. Although the metaphors often don't make sense, the visual impact of the film is stunning and could easily be quite popular with individua...
Keywords: drugs
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